“It Worked”


Make It Work Better

The fact it worked doesn’t mean it was worth it.

It doesn’t mean it should be done the same way in the future.

It doesn’t mean you shouldn’t look for a way to improve.

The fact it worked doesn’t mean it will again.

Better to put mental energy to question what will work better.


Stay Positive & Better, Not More

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Garth Beyer

Garth Beyer is a Madison-based writer and Public Relations Strategist focused on telling stories, running through trend-making PR strategies and trying new things in life.

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